Best spot in Portugal for you?
Serralves House in Porto.
The villa, constructed between 1925 and 1944, is a rare example in Portugal of Streamline Modern domestic architecture, but with interiors reflecting neo-classical, romantic and art deco elements.
The most important European names in furniture design contributed to the interior of the Serralves House. Émile Jacques Ruhlmann designed the dining room, the hall, the hallway and billiard room, René Lalique was responsible for the skylight in the second floor hall, Edgar Brandt created the wrought iron gate that separates the common area from the private quarters, and Ivan Da Silva Bruhns, Leleu, Jean Perzel, Raymond Subes, and Alfred Porteneuve chose the color of the house. Much of the furniture is now dispersed, having been sold at auction.